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Relax your shoulder blades and then roll them forwards. Stand tall again. 6 Learn to yawn more often. Learn to relax the jaws before the presentation by moving them around and by deliberately yawning to keep the jaws relaxed. However, it is probably a bad move to yawn during the presentation, unless you want your audience to fall asleep! 7 Practise smiling. You can relax the facial muscles by smiling. Not only will a smile to your audience relax your face but it will of course also relax your audience.
Your posture The way that you stand will have a huge impact on the way that you breathe. The way that you breathe will have a huge impact on how you sound. Think about whether you will be sitting or standing during the presentation and which will be most appropriate for the event. Will you need to move around the room or be expected to remain in one place? Are you comfortable standing in one place? Some people are, and some people find that in order to express themselves, they have to move during a presentation.
You may remember more of the content of your peers’ presentations than the content delivered by the lecturers. You may also remember the content of your own presentations more than the content of lectures you have attended. This may be because of the anxiety levels associated with presentations and the amount of preparation and rehearsal time needed for the content to be developed. We have chosen the following characteristics of effective presentations. These have been identified through research with several cohorts of our students and through our own experience of developing and assessing student presentations as assignments on their academic courses.